I call them my boys because they are the only two boys in our female-dominated household. Waiting at an airport to fly home last week Jelly got all the attention in the waiting area. May I pet your dog? How old is he? What kind of dog is he? Does he fly often? Do you sedate him when he flies? All these questions posed about the dog answered by the man who is known by millions but recognized by no one. He's disappearing. Realizing more each day that Life is contained within moments. Here, with Jelly bringing smiles in an airport from giggling children, beautifully wrinkled old men, groovy gals in tight pants with knee-high black boots, a rough-n-tumble young father with a shaved head, the middle-aged woman who remembers a dog she once loved ~ they all smile to see the shaggy little dog with big, brown eyes sitting quietly next to the man who no one recognizes. It makes me smile, inside, to see this each time it happens. Thank you boys. I love living this Life with you. Less of me ~ More of Thee.
Have a lovely weekend dear friends. Life is in each moment. xoxo Amy